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people, maybe there is, i dunno." now at 6:00... donald trump... igniting anger... and putting republican supporters on defense. reactions to his controversial comments - coming up. plus - a landslide win for paul ryan... but his primary challenger says the fight is far from over. good morning and welcome to wakeup! rob's weat fog. partly sunny, warmer & muggy. high: 88 dewpoint: 70 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. patchy fog. low: 70 dewpoint:
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= major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays house speaker paul ryan won big last night. he defeated challenger paul nehlen 84 to 16 percent.
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night party, opting for a news conference instead. he declined to respond to nehlen's stream of attacks during the primary -- only referring to nehlen as a "desperate candidate" who wanted "attention." he says his focus is on getting republicans elected in november. in times as uncertain as these, it is easy to resort to division. it's simple to prey into people's fears. that stuff sells, but it doesn't stick. it doesn't last. most of all it doesn't work. around here, we look beyond the noise and the static. democratic challenger in november... ryan solen. so what's next for ryan's challenger... nehlan? he ended his bid with a promise... that this is just the beginning... telling his supporters... we'll be hearing from him again. and it begins my friends with the people in this room tonight. so i ask you this question, are you prepared to carry on with me tomorrow and next week and two
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cheering. nehlen tweeted out a picture of a ballot yesterday ... marked with his name. a "ballot selfie," as it's called, is actually against the law. nehlen wouldn't say whether it was his own ballot ... just that it belonging to someone very angry with ryan's positions on just about everything. on the democratic side... an easy victory for russ feingold over newcomer scott harbach. let's get to angelica in studio with a look at the big win. the senate primary. the associated press called the race for him just 30 minutes after polls closed last night. feingold is already focusing on his november rematch against incumbent ron johnson. the democrat served as a u-s senator from 19-93 until 20-11.... but lost to johnson in the 20-10 election. rf 'were finally getting to the real deal now. middle class and working families in this state get to have their voice heard.' right after his victory,
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saying quote: "im incredibly grateful for the thousands of wisconsinites who voted in todays primary, and im proud to accept the democratic nomination to serve the people of this state in the u.s. senate.' feingold plans to focus on several core issues this fall: building a strong foundation for wisconsin businesses to grow... helping the middle class and working families... and protecting social security. so what does ron johnson think of his rematch? we talked to him after feingold's big win - hear what he has to say... at 6:30 - as we break down even more we've posted all of the final results from the races on our website. just head to fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. one of the two suspects charged in connection with the shooting of a milwaukee police officer in july has an arraignment and plea hearing in federal court. prosecutors say the gun used in the shooting...traced back to him. deandra corinthios is live from
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22 year old alonso sandoval will be in federal court at 2 this afternoon. prosecutors say his cousin...the other suspect in this case...bought the gun for him two years ago. then they say...sandoval ended up selling it to someone else...eventually making it's way to the shooter. milwaukee police officer brandon baranowski survived two shots to his arm, two that lodged in his bullet proof vest and another that grazed when 20 year old tomas uriegas ambushed baranowski ...as he responded to a domestic violence call in july on milwaukee's south side. uriegas shot and killed himself. the 22 caliber ruger used: traced to two men: emanuel romo and alonso sandoval. an indictment says it was two years ago that romo bought the gun at the shooters shop in west allis, the indictment accuses romo of lying, buying the gun for his cousin , sandoval who couldn't legally buy it because he had a drug history. the indictment says sandoval sold and
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ended up in the hands of uriegas.... and was used to shoot baranowski. romo pleaded not guilty. sandoval has been federally charged with aiding and abbetting romo's false statements...and felon in possession of a firearm. live in milwaukee dc fox6 news. next on wakeup - the department of justice... slamming baltimore's police practices... in a new report plus - as protesters gather to mark the two year anniversary of michael brown's death... chaos unfolds... as bullets pierce the air. plus - a man on neighborhood watch... fatally shoots a 20 year old. why he said he pulled the trigger... coming up. rob adlibs hotter and more humid today with highs in the upper 80s. right now . when
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feingold: that's my grandfather with a brand new truck. it we out of this plant in 1923. but today, too many good manufacturing jobs are shipped away because of a let's close the corporate loopholes- that will save taxpayer money and help business create jobs here. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because we don't need an economy that works only for ceos,
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rob's wea the fox 6 wakeup news. today: patch am fog. partly sunny, warmer & muggy. high: 88 dewpoint: 70 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. patchy fog. low: 70 dewpoint: 71
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justice department will release a report criticizing baltimore's police force. the report sums up a year-long investigation... prompted by freddie gray's death in 2015... which sparked massive protests. the report says baltimore police officers routinely discriminate against black people... repeatedly use excessive force... and have not been held report also accused officers of making a large number of stops in mostly poor, black neighborhoods. it also says physical force has been used unnecessarily against people with mental disabilities. in ferguson... a chaotic scene... as a car sped through a group of protesters who were blocking the street... at a demonstration in memory of michael brown. witnesses say they heard gunshots ring out as the car sped away. one person was hit and then rushed to the hospital with serious injuries. gun shots were also
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authorities say there is no evidence anyone was shot. in north carolina... police charged a man with murder... after he fatally shot a 20-year-old black man outside his home. chad copley told 9-1-1 dispatchers he was on "neighborhood watch."... and protecting his family from "hoodlums." police say copley shot kouren-rodney bernard thomas early sunday morning. 9-1-1 calls from residents in the neighborhood described a group of armed men roaming the streets... but police say there does not appear fight between copley and thomas. straight ahead - plans for a new arts center in milwaukee are taking shape. we'll show you a glimpse of the proposal. plus: " to buy that you have to be corrupt because if you said that to me i would say to you are you out of your mind?" donald trump... under fire this morning... for his comment about the donald trump... under fire this morning... for his comment about the
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rob's does quick weather you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. today: patch am fog. partly sunny, warmer & muggy. high: 88 dewpoint: 70 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. patchy fog. low: 70 dewpoint: 71 wind: s 3-5 mph = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays
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morning - for a comment many are interpreting as a threat of violence against hillary clinton. listen to trump's comments... as he repeats a claim that clinton wants to take away the right to own guns. "hillary wants to abolish - essentially the second amendment. by the way, if she gets to pick if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. although the second amendment people, maybe there is, i don't know." the clinton campaign harshly criticized his comment... accusing him of "nobody who is seeking a leadership position especially the presidency, the leadership of the country should do anything to countenance violence and that's what he was saying." some g-o-p supporters downplayed the remark... saying he was referring to people voting... not shooting. house speaker paul
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the secret service said it is aware of the situation. anchors chat/toss to rob rob's weather forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell we are still ahead of an approaching low and sitting firmly in a very warm and humid air mass. overnight temperatures dropped to near the dewpoint, we have seen a bit of fog develop this morning. more sun today and again tomorrow. highs will get into the upper 80s today and to near 90 on expect to see some storms as a cold front cuts into the hot and humid air. storms persist into friday but we calm just in time for the weekend. expect a cooler, more comfortable air in place saturday and sunday and into early next week. today: patch am fog. partly sunny, warmer & muggy. high: 88 dewpoint: 70 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. patchy fog. low: 70 dewpoint: 71 wind: s 3-5 mph thursday: partly sunny, hot and humid with thunderstorms likely at night. high: 90 wpoin h friday: mostly cloud td humid thunderstorms. am low: 73 gh: 86 dewpoint: 73 wind: w 5-10 mph saturday: partly nny. am low: 73 gh: 82 dewpointy sun. am low: 62 high: 80wpoint:0
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happening now - a development group is asking for approval... to convert an old industrial building into an american american music and arts center. you're looking at the bishops creek community development corporation's rendering for a project at west hampton avenue and north 32nd street. t of african american music and arts would include a 170-seat theater... archives museum... cafe... and rehearsal space. milwaukee's plan commission will review the proposal next week. straight ahead - hear the question that has been banned from all job interviews across one state. plus - how one airline hopes to make time fly by when you're traveling. and how a frat guy stops would-be burglars from getting
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wakeup news. anchors adlib weather over live pic hotter and more humid today
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now . when storms roll in next! starting now - inflight entertainment will be free on all american airlines domestic flights. that means passengers can watch their favorite tv show or catch the latest movie. viewing is available through seatback screens or s personal devices through the airline's app. the move went into effect august first-- the airline says it's an investment in its customers, their experience and remaining competitive in the market. new this morning - employers in massachusetts will no longer be allowed to ask job seekers about their salary history. it's a groundbreaking law - the new york times reports massachusetts is the first state to ban such a question. employers will have to wait until after they make a formal
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potential hire's salary history. supporters of the law say disclosing salary requirements can hurt the wage trajectory of women since they tend to earn less than men. the pay-equity law also requires employers to pay men and women equally for comparable work. down wisconsin's partisan primary election results. plus - a suspect accused in the shooting of milwaukee police officer ...will be in federal court today. deandra has a live report coming up. and how county leaders are hoping to cash in on thousands of visits to milwaukee's lakefront. and the waterpark where a young boy died this weekend is now reopening today - we'll have the latest on the investigation into his death.
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feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. johnson: i've always said i'll be the calmest guy on my election night. i win either way. narrator: if he loses, senator johnson falls back on the ten million dollar bonus he paid himself as ceo. a big corporate payout for him. johnson: i've always said... i win either way. narrator: if he wins, he gets another six years to support tax loopholes and bad trade deals that ship jobs overseas. all to benefit corporations and multi-millionaires like him. johnson: i win either way.
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wakeup news. if we can charge less than anyone else, less than the city for parking generate a million dollars or more a year and put that back into parks we're definitely gonna look at that. the lakefront. its an idea that could become reality. where you can voice your opinion on the issue tonight. and a win for state senator lena taylor. how big the margin of victory was over her opponent mandela barnes. anchors adlib welcome back rob's weather today: patch am fog. partly sunny, warmer & muggy. high: 88 dewpoint: 70 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. patchy fog. low: 70
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a suspect charged in connection with the shooting of milwaukee police officer ...will be in federal court today. he didn't pull the trigger...but prosecutors say the gun used in the shooting...traced back to him. deandra corinthios is live from the federal courthouse downtown with more. 22 year old alonso sandoval will have an arraignment and plea hearing this afternoon. he's facing federal charges of aiding and abbetting...and felon in prosecutors say a 22 caliber ruger was used to shoot milwaukee police officer brandon baranowski in july... and it traced to two cousins: emanuel romo and alonso sandoval. romo has pleaded not guilty to all charges... an indictement says romo bought the gun at the shooters shop in west allis, the indictment accuses romo of lying, buying the gun for sandoval who couldn't legally buy it because he had a drug history. the indictment
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the gun and somehow it ended up in the hands of the tomas uriegas.... and was used to shoot baranowski. the shooting was in july on milwaukee's south side. officer baranowski was shot five times while responding to a domestic violence call police say 20 year old tomas uriegas ambushed baranowski ...he then shot and killed himself. baranowski survived two shots to his arm, two that lodged in his bullet proof vest and another that grazed his forehead. he's now recovering at home starting next summer... you may have to pay to park along the lake front. milwaukee county officials are considering charging parking fees on the streets and in the parking lots. angelica has more in studio on
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tonight on whether or not meters should be added along the lakefront. officials say the lake front's beaches... paths... and parks... attract thousands of people each day. so... county executive chris abele wants to charge drivers a dollar an hour to park along streets like lincoln memorial drive... and at locations like the north point parking lot. the revenue will go to help fill the parks departments 2 and a half million dollar budget deficit. tonight's meeting on the proposed budget will take place at the washington par for details. house speaker paul ryan turns his attention to november. he took 84 percent of the vote... compared to just 16 percent for challenger paul nehlen. ryan decided to forgo a traditional election night party for a news conference instead. political reporter theo keith was in janesville with the speaker. if this was little league, the mercy rule would've been applied. this race was over early on
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primary challenger, paul nehlen, lining up behind donald trump throughout this primary. saying that he wanted to act like he'd been here before, the speaker wouldn't respond to any of nehlen's attacks from the primary. he also wouldn't criticize donald trump's comments that second amendment people could act against democratic nominee hillary clinton -- saying that he was a little busy on tuesday and hadn't heard the comments.paul ryan says: "i heard about the second amendment quote. it sounds just like a joke gone bad. i hope you should never joke about a think like that. i didn't actually hear the comment, i only heard about those comments." paul ryan says: "we knew we were going to do well. we received the vote that we were hoping and expecting to get all along. and that's just kind of how it. the outcome is exactly what we were hoping for and expecting and desperate candidates do certain things for attention and that's what i think you saw here. " a lot of attention came to this race after sarah palin suggested that ryan could be defeated in this
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refused at first to throw his support behind ryan, before late last week endorsing him. in the end, ryan got 90 percent of the vote in waukesha county, 80 percent in racine county, 76 percent in kenosha county, and that spells trouble perhaps for donald trump here in southeast wisconsin. he lost this congressional district -- ryan's district -- by nearly 20 percent in april to ted cruz. in janesville, theo keith, fox6 news. the house speaker will face democrat ryan solen this fall his campaign... with a promise to keep fighting. nehlen told a crowd in janesville that his loss tuesday ... is just the beginning. he tells fox six ... this is not the last time he'll work to have his voice heard. on the democratic side... primary was an easy victory for democrat russ feingold. he faced newcomer scott harbach... and won by a landslide. the primary sets up a rematch between incumbent senator ron johnson and his democratic challenger russ feingold. feingold lost to johnson in the 20-10 election. fox6s bret lemoine was with
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nat 'my name is kris, im a volunteer for the wisconsin democrats. how are you today?' its a last-minute push for votes tuesday... da 'ask if they are going to support russ, ask if they are going to support hillary.' democrats in racine... making calls to support senate candidate russ feingold. volunteers like david arnold... hopping the republican sweep in 20-10 that ushered in the ron johnson era... will be reversed... sending feingold back to washington. da 'at this point i think russ feingold will better actually represent us then the anger that was done stranger to the dairy state... nat rf 'if you work hard, you should be able to pay the bills and have a good life. thats what its all about.' he served as a u-s senator from 19-93 until 20-11. but for tuesdays primary... feingold looked past his democratic challenger scott harbach... and focused squarely on the november election. rf 'senator johnson has consistently voted against the interests of working families and middle class families. people know i will support increases to minimum wage; making sure people get family leave
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have to bring down the cost of prescription drugs.' feingold hopes his platform will propel him to victory: focusing on the economy, closing corporate loopholes... and protecting social security. tuesdays win... in feingolds words... may be just as easy come november. rf 'its going to be a very momentous election. im very optimistic about the outcome.' bl 'feingold spent tuesday night watching the election results come in with his family. bret lemione, fox6 news.' incumbent republican senator ron johnson did not face a challenger in this primary. but that didn't stop him from rounding up his supporters in waukesha county... and calling feingold a "slick politician" who is making promises he can't keep. 59:55 i feel pretty good about the race and i'm just going to work my tail off to make sure we save this senate seat and bring the 10 electoral votes to the republican nominee for
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to continue making calls, knocking on doors and encourage wisconsin to get out to the polls in november. senator lena taylor will get four more years in the state senate. she defeated challenger mandela barnes last night, 61-percent to 39- percent. this was the first time in her 12-year career taylor has faced a primary opponent. taylor's supporters were screaming at televisions in joy as the results came in tuesday night. some staffers even say they were surprised at the margin of victory. there is no republican the state senator is all but ensured of keeping her seat. continuing our primary election coverage now... in the democratic race for milwaukee county district attorney... incumbent d-a john chisholm defeating challenger verona swanigan.. chisholm was first elected to d-a in 2006. and yesterday, he won by an almost 2- to-one margin. we've posted all of the final results from the races on our website. just head to fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. straight ahead - a look at what's being called the deadliest day in chicago... in
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florida... hear what hillary clinton is demanding from congress. and is prince fielder's reign in the major leagues ending for good? why doctors don't want to clear him. fog this morning then hot and humid with highs in the upper 80s. right now . when we cool down next. ....our weather expert rob haswell has the
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. rob's weather today: patch am fog. partly sunny, warmer & muggy. high: 88 dewpoint: 70 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. patchy fog. low: 70 dewpoint: 71 wind: s 3-5
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traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays happening today - the latest marquette law school poll will be released. we'll be watching to see how donald trump and hillary clinton match up here in wisconsin... as polls nationwide are showing a growing lead for the democratic candidate. we're expecting the latest poll to be
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child died this sunday... will reopen. angelica duria's following the latest developments in that death investigation... and more from across america. schlitterbahn park in kansas city will reopen... but the world's tallest slide... will remain closed. police say caleb schwab died from a neck injury riding down the vuh-root verruckt slide.originally, the park only required riders to be 48 inches tall when the slide opened two years ago... but then it added a weight requirement before the attraction opened... safety measures were also installed engineers added a safety barrier above the slide. new video reveals damage to that safety barrier... but park officials refused to say if the accident this weekend caused that damage. chicago... now reeling from the deadliest day in the city... in more than a decade. nine people died... and 10 others were injured monday. one of the shooting victims was a 10- year-old boy standing on the sidewalk outside his family's home when shots burst out in his neighborhood. tavon tanner was rushed to a hospital... where he underwent a
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police say tanner is the latest victim in more than a dozen shootings... involving a child unintentionally being shot in chicago's gang violence. and in texas... a newborn has become the state's first zika-related death. doctors say the mother contracted zika while traveling in el salvador... and passed it on to the baby during pregnancy. her daughter was born with the zika related birth defect "microcephaly" and died a short time later. 97 people in texas have become infected with zika. all of them contracted the virus while trave and speaking of the virus... hillary clinton is calling on congress to end its recess... and address the outbreak happening right now in south florida. congress left for their summer recess last month without passing funding for fighting zika. there are currently 322 confirmed infections in florida - 21 contracted in miami locally... and the rest overseas. the democratic presidential nominee toured a health center in miami yesterday... where she called for a special session. clinton's running mate, virginia senator tim kaine, has already
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vote on a zika bill. new at 6:30 - a scary night for one u-w madison junior... who walked into a burglary in progress. kappa sigma president mike kelch was walking into his fraternity house with his girlfriend around 11-30 monday night when three men attempted to run out of the home. kelch says at first he thought he knew the kids but quickly realized that wasn't the case. he acted fast and tackled one of the suspects and tumbled down a few set of stairs with him. "right up here, and then contacted the kid right here and then we fell down the first away and then we struggled here and we struggled across and along this flight of stairs and then she grabbed the knife from him on the left and then that's when i had him pinned down until cops came i got up and he got cuffed." down until cops came i got up and he got cuffed." him on the left and then that's when i had him pinned down until cops came i got up and he got cuffed." him on the left and then that's when i had him pinned down until cops came i got up and he got cuffed."
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burglary... carrying a concealed weapon... and disorderly conduct. they say the boy was carrying five knives. two other suspects with the teen managed to get away. anchors chat and toss to rob rob's weather forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell we are still ahead of an approaching low and sitting firmly in a very warm and humid air mass. overnight temperatures dropped to near the fog develop this morning. more sun today and again tomorrow. highs will get into the upper 80s today and to near 90 on thursday. by later thursday, we expect to see some storms as a cold front cuts into the hot and humid air. storms persist into friday but we calm just in time for the weekend. expect a cooler, more comfortable air in place saturday and sunday and into early next week. today: patch am fog. partly sunny, warmer & muggy. high: 88 dewpoint: 70 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. patchy fog. low: 70 dewpoint: 71 wind: s 3-5 mph
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humid with thunderstorms likely at night. high: 90 dewpoint: 73 wind: s 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy, hot and humid with the chance for thunderstorms. am low: 73 high: 86 dewpoint: 73 wind: w 5-10 mph saturday: partly sunny. am low: 73 gh: 82 dewpoi 10 mph sunday: partly nny.mow: 65 gh: 78ewpoint: 64 w 5-10 mph monday: mostly
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high: 80 dewpoint: 62 wind: se 5-10 mph happening now - several football plans are mounting a lawsuit against the n-f-l and the pro-football hall of fame... after officials canned the canton, ohio game at the last minute. sunday's hall of fame game between the packers and colts was canceled due to bad paint on the field. now-- a california attorney says about 20 people have approached him about a class-action lawsuit. this is the same lawyer who represented ticket holders for the 20-
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the hall of fame says fans will be refunded their money for the ticket.. but some people apparently want travel expenses too. the clients are from a variety of states, including wisconsin and indiana, who came to see the packers play the colts. it could be the end of an era for the one-time prolific slugger prince fielder. fox's ken rosenthal reports that the former brewer... now with the rangers... is -quote: "medically disabled" after his 2nd neck surgery in 2 years. doctors won't clear prince to play. he had a cervical fusion on july 29th disks in his neck. the rangers will hold a news conference today. fielder was signed through 2020 with the team. he has hit 319 homers... the same number as his dad cecil fielder. 230 of those came during his 6-plus seasons with the brewers. tim tebow's taking his talents... to baseball?
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winner will hold a workout later this month. tebow hasn't played baseball since he was a junior in high school. a statement from 'creative artists agency' says "this may sound like a publicity stunt, but nothing could be further from the truth." chad moeller, a former major league catcher who has been training tim tebow says he "truly believes tim has the skills set and potential to achieve his goal of playing in the major leagues." he also thinks it could happen relatively quickly. coming up - hear which star said he was taylor swift's music video - and his reaction. and see why one of snow white's seven dwarves... might want to be renamed clumsy plus - a neverland reunion.... as the lost boys get together for the first time in decades. time now... you're taking a live look... fog this morning then hot and humid with highs in the upper 80s. right now . when we cool down
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afternoon ... to a big show tonight... the wisconsin state fair has a jam packed schedule. and it looks like it'll be a "happy day" for fair-goers. "sunday, monday, happy days, tuesday, wednesday, happy days, thursday, friday, happy days, the weekend comes, my cycle hums, ready to race to you. " the all be performing tonight for "happy days: live" on the main stage. the three stars will take a trip down memory lane with music, rare photos, favorite clips, and share never before seen home videos. that starts at 7:30 and it looks like the fonz had some fun ahead of time... hanging out with the bronz fonz. actor henry winkler tweeted out this pic yesterday. he says "oh yes i visit when i'm in milwaukee." "say you'll remember me, standing in a nice dress staring
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"wildest dreams" music video... now saying he was warned about working with swift. scott eastwood says his agents advisted him not to appear in the video. in the end... eastwood had the final say, and decided to star as the singer's love interest in the video. shortly after the shoot, the actor shared a black and white instagram shot of the pair on set... declaring he had made the correct decision. mirror, mirror, on the wall.... who is the clumsi it's not the queen... or snow white. it's dopey! singing it will all come true dopey took a tumble during a show at disney world sunday night... and no... it wasn't part of the skit. he slipped through the railing and landed on goofy during the fantasmic show. an ambulance was called - both cast members were treated on site and
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goes... the show will go on. is a honeymoon really a honeymoon... if only one person goes? according to one guy - sure! faizan patel and his new wife sana got married back in december and planned a two week trip to italy... but just two days before they were supposed to leave... she realized she'd lost her passport. her husband went on the trip anyways... with a cutout picture of his wife. india's minister of affairs saw the photo and tried to help - but in addition to the passport... it turned out sana needed she
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nothing you can do, folks. although the second amendment people, maybe there is, i dunno." now at seven --- is donald trump calling for violence? after he suggests "second amendment people" could find a way to stop hillary clinton from being elected. his coming up. and you went to the poll.... now this morning we are breaking down the results from the state primary. hear from the candidates coming up. plus, one of the two suspects accused in the shooting of a milwaukee police officer expected in court. ahead how prosecutors says police were able to connect him to the crime. good morning and welcome back to

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